Randall T2 Amp Head

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Big, deadly, and totally equipped.

Designed with a simple, straight ahead
front panel layout and a shorter, less complex signal path, the Randall T2 Amp Head produces an extremely powerful, punishing tone. A true 3-mode amplifier, the T2 offers a wide range of tones to fit any playing style while seriously catering to those who hunger for gain.

A revolutionary power circuit called "Valve-Dynamic" is the engine that drives this new high-powered head. This tube driven MOSFET power section is driven by a 12AT7 for natural tube feel and compression, but the key to this power circuit is the accuracy in frequency response of a full 100W tube power amp, resulting in dynamic all-tube tone, feel, and response.

Product Details
A 2-channel all-tube preamp with 3 modes
Mode 3: A boosted overdrive with punishing gain and liquid sustain.
Mode 2: Classic overdrive channel for vintage to modern tube tone .
Mode 1: Full tube clean with warm tone and big headroom.
400W @ 4 Ohms, 280W @ 8 Ohms, 500W @ 2 Ohms
3 MIDI-switching channels
Programmable "Series" or "Parallel" Effects loop with single on/off switch. Can also be activated for any/all channels then stored and recalled by the included MIDI foot controller.
Gain and Level controls for both channels.
Master "Density" control. Adjusts the power amp low-end dynamics.
Master "Presence" control. Adjusts the power amp extreme high end dynamics
MIDI in/thru
Mic Eliminator XLR direct recording output
World voltage selector/AC inlet

  • 400W power @ 4 ohms
  • A true 3-mode amplifier
  • Tube-driven Mosfet power section
  • 2-channel all-tube preamp
  • 3 MIDI-switching channels
  • Included MIDI foot controller
  • Programmable "Series" or "Parallel" Effects loop with single on/off switch
  • Gain and Level controls for both channels
  • Master Density control
  • Master Presence control
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